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Corn cob in stomach (dog)
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Diagnosing Gastrointestinal Radiography
Below are radiographs of a dog who stopped eating and began vomiting shortly after a picnic.
An entire corn cob was lodged in dog's the stomach,
causing severe problems with blood supply to the intestines and the stomach due to the blockage.
Out comes the corn cob!
The corn cob was surgically removed, and the dog continues to do well!
Below are the same images as above but with the corn cob outlined in red.
Stratham-Newfields Veterinary Hospital, 8 Main Street,
Newfields NH 03856
Phone: 603-778-7687 | Fax: 603-778-2471 | email@example.com
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